Court-hand restored; or, The student's assistant, in reading old deeds, charters, records, etc. Neatly engraved on twenty-three copper-plates, describing the old law hands, with their contractions and abbreviations. With an appendix containing the ancient names of places in Great Britain and Ireland; an alphabetical table of ancient surnames; and a glossography of Latin words found in the works of the most eminent lawyers and other ancient writings, but not in any modern dictionaries ..
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